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  • Nearing evacuation leads to evening rush hour at gas stations

    Nearly every gas station on Hilton Head Island and on the mainland had a line of cars at the pump as drivers waited to fill up their tanks in anticipation of the arrival of Hurricane Matthew.

Nearly every gas station on Hilton Head Island and on the mainland had a line of cars at the pump as drivers waited to fill up their tanks in anticipation of the arrival of Hurricane Matthew. Drew Martin Staff video
Nearly every gas station on Hilton Head Island and on the mainland had a line of cars at the pump as drivers waited to fill up their tanks in anticipation of the arrival of Hurricane Matthew. Drew Martin Staff video

Didn’t follow the evacuation orders? You’re on your own

October 05, 2016 10:19 AM